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At Featherdale Wildlife Park, west of Sydney and halfway to the Blue Mountains, you can get up close and personal with koalas and hand-feed gurus. The Wildlife Park is home to over 1,700 native animals, including koalas, royal gurus and wallabies, cassowaries and pouch martens, wombats, echidnas, nose-baggers and owls.

Ngukurr, a salt water crocodile, also lives there. This crocodile species is the largest reptile living in the world.

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